You Really Are What You Eat –
Apr. 4, 2019 – Overall, poor diet is behind 16-percent of adult DALYs around the world. Variations in poor diets aside, the study points toward three dietary factors that greatly contributed toward diet-related death and DALYs: high sodium intake, low whole grains consumption, and low amounts of fruit in one’s diet. Other risky dietary habits include high red meat consumption, eating large amounts of processed meats, trans fatty acids, and sugary drinks.